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Coaching Tips for Job Seekers by John S. Lybarger

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Chris Johnson had everything--a great job, comfortable salary, and bright future--until his company was acquired and his position eliminated. Follow Chris's journey as he overcomes unexpected obstacles and challenges. Working with a coach, he creates persuasive resumes and letters that get job interviews. By applying his new interviewing and negotiations skills, he wins and accepts a desirable job offer. Learn how you can achieve dramatic results by discovering your job matches, creating a plan for getting interviews, and negotiating a new, competitive position! ""In my estimation, a master resume writer--certainly one of the nation's top writers--is John Lybarger, MBA, PhD."" Gerry Harrington, former executive producer, CNN ""John was a significant resource in my job search. He is extremely creative, resourceful, persistent, and a great source of positive feedback and ideas. I would not have found the opportunities I did without John's help!"" Dick Mosher, former associate general counsel, Maytag Corporation ""Resume revamping is a largely unregulated field, rife with sham grammarians, sloppy formatters, and pricey 'career-repurposing' poseurs who promise access to 'hidden job markets' that don't exist...Among those we felt helped craft the clearest, most data-filled resumes...John Lybarger of Career Architects based in Denver."" Michelle Conlin, editor, Business Week, The Résumé Doctor is In, July 14, 2003
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October 22nd, 2003
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations, black and white
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